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The variation in pressure in the Earth’s atmosphere, assumed to be at a uniform temperature, is given by p = p 0 e -mgylrt , where M is the molar mass of the air. (see section 15-3.) Show that n v = n v , 0 e -Mgy/RT , where n v is the number of molecules per unit volume.

The variation in pressure in the Earth’s atmosphere, assumed to be at a uniform temperature, is given by p = p0e-mgylrt, where M is the molar mass of the air. (see section 15-3.) Show that nv = nv,0e-Mgy/RT, where nv is the number of molecules per unit volume.

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